Canada Takes Out Germany

In a performance that seemed to fill in all the gaps left by previous games in the tournament, Team Canada took out the Germans on Tuesday night to advance in the 2010 Olympics. Canada kept the zones clogged, for the most part, and really worked on crashing the German net throughout the game. Goals cameContinue reading “Canada Takes Out Germany”

Luongo to Start Against Germans

When Team Canada skates against the Germans Tuesday night in the qualification round of the 2010 Olympics, Roberto Luongo will get the start in goal. There was considerable speculation that Luongo would be taking the place of starter Martin Brodeur after a rather disappointing game against the Americans on Sunday and CBC Sports has indeedContinue reading “Luongo to Start Against Germans”

America’s Youth Movement Defeats Team Canada

Canadians may need to start questioning their hockey supremacy on the world stage, as the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver have been a less than stellar testimony to their prowess on the ice. After soundly defeating Norway and barely getting by the Swiss, Team Canada was poised to gear up against the rival Americans and…they lost.Continue reading “America’s Youth Movement Defeats Team Canada”

Canada Sneaks By Swiss

It was the Jonas Hiller show at Canada Hockey Place tonight, but Team Canada somehow managed to sneak one by the Swiss team at the Olympics in Vancouver. It took a shootout goal by Sidney Crosby to get the job done, but Team Canada finally managed to somewhat exorcise their demons from 2006 with aContinue reading “Canada Sneaks By Swiss”

Canadians Not Taking Swiss Lightly

It was just four years ago that the Canadian Olympic men’s hockey team met the neutral-trapping Swiss and their hot goaltender, Martin Gerber. The Canadians fired nearly 50 shots on goal that night, but were unable to crack Gerber and eventually lost to the Swiss by a score of 2-0. It was the game thatContinue reading “Canadians Not Taking Swiss Lightly”